Sariska National Park located in the Alwar district of Rajasthan state is an important tourist destination for wild lovers, it is one of the main national parks of India and is famous for tigers in the world, with Sariska Tiger Reserve being inhabited among hills. Sariska Tiger Reserve has an area of 865 square kilometers.
Sariska Tiger Reserve Wildlife Sanctuary
Sariska Tiger Reserve was reserved for a wildlife sanctuary in 1955 but in 1978 it was reserved for such a tiger project.
Sariska Tiger Reserve Various types of creatures, including Tiger, Pita, Leopard, Nilgai, wild cat, deer, jackal, chinkara, wild boar, rabbit, monkey, reptiles, and various types of birds are found in Sariska Tiger Reserve in 2005.
The population of tigers was littered but in 2008, tigers were shifted here by Tiger Sifting Project.
Sariska Tiger Reserve Park Places of Interest:-
Kanakwari Fort: –
In this fort located in Sariska Tiger Reserve Park, King Aurangzeb had kept his brother Daraishikoh alive.
Historical Shiva Temple: –
This temple situated in the Sariska Tiger Reserve Park, from the 6th to the 13th century, which is now ruined, is an important tourist destination for tourists.
Historical palace: –
This ancient palace built by Alwar Maharaja was the hunting halls of Raja, which has now been converted to a hotel.
Sariska National park timings
The exact time to visit Sariska Tiger Reserve Park is from October to June
Sariska national park entry fees
A forest department guide can be hired for Rs. 50 per hour. There is an entry fee of Rs. 125 per vehicle. The entry fee for Indians is Rs. 20 and Rs. 100 for foreigners Rs. Indian citizens can enter for free on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 8 am to 3 pm. Video camera fee Rs. 200.
How To reach Sariska National park Alwar
Nearest railway station: – Alwar 40 KM
Nearest Airport: – Jaipur International Airport 112 km
Nearest city: –
108 KM from Jaipur,
200 KM from Delhi
40 KM from Alwar